3 stars review,  review,  young adult

Art & Soul by Brittainy C. Cherry

“One truth stings far less than a thousand lies.”

Resume: Aria was a no one at school. One mistake and she becomes a topic, people insulting her and she is no longer invisible. Levi leaves his mother so he can get to know his father again and finally breathe with his mother around. Both are pulled to each other even when both are broken and lost.

“Maybe it’s okay to no longer be the person we thought we were meant to be. Maybe it’s okay to just be who we are now and accept that.”

It’s so hard to rate this book. I liked the book, i liked the story, the characters are nice and real but the ending was what messed up the story. I keep thinking it could be different, i wasn’t expecting it to end like that, I was expecting more. I understand Aria’s decision and her doubts, I guess the ending was what the author always planned but I simply can’t accept it.

My favorite character was Levi. I just wished he wasn’t so quiet, someone that accepts everything. He is a good character, he is actually refreshing from the lately main male character.

I do recommend this book. Even though I was disappointed and have mixed feelings, it is a good book, people will lsoe some tears and will feel for the characters.

Hero: ★★★★
Heroine: ★★★★
Plot: ★★★
Storytelling: ★★★★
Couple romance: ★★★★
Story ending: ★★
Overall rating: ★★★

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